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aleks sierz

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Aleks is author of In-Yer-Face Theatre and Rewriting the Nation, co-editor of theatreVOICE website, and works as a journalist, broadcaster and theatre critic at large.

Articles By Aleks Sierz

Alkaline, Park Theatre review - faith, friendship and failure

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Imperium, Gielgud Theatre review - eventful, very eventful, Roman epic

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Genesis Inc, Hampstead Theatre review - Harry Enfield in ungodly mess

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One for Sorrow, Royal Court review - imploding family drama

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Monogamy, Park Theatre review - Janie Dee in dark family drama

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The Strange Death of John Doe, Hampstead Theatre review - ambitious but not entirely successful

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Fatherland, Lyric Hammersmith review - loud and proud, shame about the content

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Nightfall, Bridge Theatre, review - moving but over-exposed

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Mood Music, Old Vic review - riveting critique of the music biz

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Nine Night, National Theatre review - Jamaican family drama full of spirit

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Absolute Hell, National Theatre review - high gloss show saves over-rated classic

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The Prudes, Royal Court review - hilarious but frustrating sex show

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Instructions for Correct Assembly, Royal Court review - Jane Horrocks in Middle England 'Westworld'

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Pressure, Park Theatre review - David Haig terrific in his own drama

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Black Men Walking, Royal Court review - inspiring and exhilarating

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The Great Wave, National Theatre review - moving epic of global loss

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Prom 3, BBC Young Musician at 40 review - multi-layered birt...

How do you go about co-ordinating a spectacular like this, the first ever BBC Young Musicians'...

Unforgotten, Series 3, ITV review - death on the M1

So it’s back to London’s Bishop Street police station for a...

Preoccupations, The Haunt, Brighton review - energetic set s...

Hailing from Canada and born from the ashes of cult indie heroes Women (the band responsible...

CD: Drake - Scorpion

This is Drake’s account of his astrological sign, the only one to be represented in multiple forms: an eagle and phoenix as well as the...

Guy Stagg, The Crossway review – a gripping pilgrimage throu...

On new year’s day in 2013, Guy Stagg set out to walk alone from Canterbury to Jerusalem. He planned this journey, which would take ten months,...

First Reformed - faith fights the eco-apocalypse

Father Ernst Toller (Ethan Hawke) calls himself one of God’s lonely men. The term given to Paul Schrader’s anti-...

Isabeau, Opera Holland Park review - Mascagni's lumpy G...

Valiant Opera Holland Park, always taking up the gauntlet for Italian operas which should mostly never be staged again. Worst was Zandonai's ...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Kamal Keila

Music from Sudan is overshadowed by the country’s recent history. At the end of June 1989, Colonel Omar al-Bashir assumed control and it became a...

The Lehman Trilogy, National Theatre review - an acting tour...

There's surprising and then there's The Lehman Trilogy, the...